LED Supplies and what we mean by it
A Supply is generally understood to be an operating unit that is connected upstream of another module ( for example LED module or fluorescent tube). Without further specification of the function. These differ among other things in:CCG:
Conventional Supply, equipped with choke coils, transformers etc.
Often known in connection with the operation of fluorescent lamps.
Electronic Supplies dont need heavy chokes. The input voltage is rectified and converted back to higher frequency AC voltage. This can then be transmitted with small transformers and with little loss. Low-loss control of the output variables is also possible via the ratio of timing (PWM).
Conventional ECGs usually require a minimum load at the output and are the reason why when converting to LED lamps that suddenly stop working and then have to be replaced by a special LED ECG, often known as an LED driver or LED transformer.
Control gear for LED:
are LED power supplies upstream of an LED module. The term does not explain whether this is a constant voltage source (for e.g. LED strips) or a constant current source for the direct operation of LEDs or LED boards. Here in this product category we describe a selection of LED control gear for constant current operation of high-current LED modules with currents greater than 1000mA.
Below is a selection list:Constant current driver> 1.05A
Tabular representation of constant current drivers or so-called constant current sources from the portfolio of the manufacturer TCI. The listing has been filtered for constant current drivers for high current LEDs. For constant current applications this means greater than 1.05A.